The United States and Europe bear more than half the cost of repairing the damage already wrought by climate change, a coalition of environmental groups says.
US, EU ‘owe half the cost’ of repairing climate change: Environmental groups
The United State is grappling with mass shootings carried out by gunmen using firearms that are assembled at home, also known as 'ghost guns', amid the country’s deadly gun violence epidemic.
US grapples with 'ghost guns' amid epidemic of violence
The Democratic lawmaker leading the impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump said on Sunday he did not rule out more depositions or public hearings in the investigation.
Top Democrat: more testimony, hearings possible in Trump impeachment
Chinese state media stepped up criticism of the United States and accused Washington of meddling in China’s domestic affairs, as President Donald Trump deliberates signing into law an amendment that would require annual reviews of Hong Kong’s special trading status.
Chinese media steps up criticism of US over Hong Kong meddling
In recent years, at least two countries have started to significantly reduce their investments in dollar-denominated assets, namely US government debt — treasuries. Russia has sold off nearly all of them, while China has significantly decreased their share in the country's portfolio.
Goodbye greenback? Japan, China sell off their US treasuries
Syria's UN Ambassador Bashar al-Ja'afari says the United States has been occupying the country's oil fields and looting its resources as the UN remains silent on Washington's act of theft.
US occupying Syria oil wells, looting resources: Damascus envoy to UN
Three police officers have been killed in an attack on a police station in southwestern Colombia as thousands gathered for renewed protests in the country’s capital of Bogota.
Three Colombia police killed in blast amid renewed protests
Iran's Vice President and Head of the Plan and Budget Organization Mohammad Baqer Nobakht lashed out at Washington’s economic terrorism against his country, reminding that Tehran is facing hardships to import needed food and medication at the same time that it is banned from selling oil.
Tehran raps US for obstructing Iran’s medicine import
North Korea’s UN Mission said Friday the country has gained “nothing but a sense of betrayal” since its leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump committed to establishing a new relationship.
North Korea says it’s gained nothing from US but `betrayal’
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has threatened to impose even more sanctions on Iran over the country’s handling of the recent riots, even though the unrest is believed to be the result of Washington’s unilateral sanctions.
US threatens more sanctions to provoke unrest in Iran

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